Having come close to death from illness, Villoldo healed himself back to health by detoxing the brain and gut with superfoods. He demonstrates through science how to do this and in so cleansing and nourishing the body, we can be more connected to our spirit.
The Sacred Tree - Reflections on Native American Spirituality by Phil Lane, Jr., Judie Bopp, Michael Bopp, Lee Brown, and elders
By being connected to the earth, one can connect with one’s spirit. The wisdom of Indigenous elders and spiritual leaders from many tribes is shared in this book. It sheds light on how to live. Even more important now as human’s let the distractions of a technologically advanced world take control over us. This book brings us back to the fundamentals of being a human being.
This is a most powerful book that deeply impacted my thoughts on how to live the life you’ve been given. Having endured four years in concentration camps, Viktor gets to the core of what it means to be human and that there is grace in our suffering. Everyone on the planet should read this book.
This is a weekly podcast hosted by Rob Bell. I thoroughly enjoy this podcast to learn interestingly historical contexts of scripture, how to be present and giving to those around us, and just the overall joy and wonder there is in the universe. Regardless if you are religious or not, there is much to be gained from listening to this podcast.
Krista interviews a polathera of individuals and discusses the meaning of life in various degrees. It explores questions like how do we want to live. It is a very in-depth and insightful podcast.
I’ve followed Pedram for awhile and have heard him speak at conferences. He is a Taoist Priest and Qi Gong Master in the modern world. This podcast covers a lot on human health and living.
Fitness for Spirit
“Silence is the absolute poise or balance of body, mind, and spirit. The man who preserves his selfhood ever calm and unshaken by the storms of existence - not a leaf, as it were, astir on the tree; not a ripple upon the surface of shining pool - his, in the mind of the unlettered sage, is the ideal attitude and conduct of life.”
~ The Soul of the Indian by
Charles Alexander Eastman
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Fitness for Spirit
GreenNote Fitness fundamentally believes that reaching our full potential requires growth in all three branches: fitness for body; fitness for mind; and fitness for spirit. To achieve success, one must find a path that works best for oneself. Connecting to our spirit is truly knowing one’s self and embracing the knowledge that we are all connected to something bigger than ourselves. Find your inspiration in the GreenNote Fitness weekly newsletters and take a look at the recommended reading, meditation resources, and podcasts.